Learning Societies' unConference

What are your experiments with expanding human consciousness?

The Learning Societies UnConference seeks to bring together all kinds of people who are co-creating diverse learning communities, sustainable learning spaces, creative un/learning processes, etc. for new models of happiness, well-being and swaraj.

Inviting all alternative educators, homeschoolers, unschoolers, worldschoolers, cultural creatives, artists, designers, healers, organic farmers, eco-architects, spiritual explorers, giftivists and community-builders, grandmothers, social entrepreneurs, ecologists, etc

 

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Shilpa Jain, Manish Jain

Get a little taste of LSUC history by downloading the first unconference publication, If the Shoe Doesn't Fit, from 2002. 

Here are some details about private Hotels nearby the unconference venue in Sardarshahar, Rajasthan.

Click here for more travel details on how to get to Sardarshahar, (Churu) Rajasthan.

A stream, from its course in far-off mountains, passing through every kind and description of countryside, at last reached the sands of the desert. Just as it had crossed every other barrier, the stream tried to cross this one, but found that as fast as it ran into the sand, its waters disappeared.

The 9th Learning Societies unConference 2016 (from December 14 - 19, 2016 in Sardarshahar, Rajasthan) was awesome.   

LSUC is aimed to get people together who work on sustainable living, unlearing process, home learning, creative works etc. Its an unconference which has its own beauty.

If you haven't been able to come to Sardarshahar, here are some glimpses of the LSuC 2016.

Enjoy some footage of the Udaipur Learning City unConference which took place on Sept 18, 2016. Film by Govind Kharol and Bindaas Community Media Academy.

We invite you to join us in deepening the dialogues on learning societies. 

Manish Jain, Shilpa Jain

This is a beautiful film about the Learning Societies Unconference that was held during the World Social Forum 2004 in Mumbai. Made by Claire Mollard, Tushar Kulkarni, Zeina Sfeir and Manish Jain.